Introduction:

The book by Japanese PhD. scientist Kazuo Murakami verifies a lot of the discoveries of Denny Johnson, the founder of Rayid. One of the benefits of Rayid is that it gives us a way to actually switch on the genes. For example Mr Murakami speaks about the happiness gene. Rayid tells us that this gene is related to Father's Father's Father or 4 Boy. There will be exact reasons why this gene is not active in a person. We can therefore consciously activate the ability to be happy by focusing on this line of the family tree. This gene activates our ability to be generous and achieve prosperity as well. He suggests a dialogue with our genes-but really this is a dialogue with the source of the genes-our grandparents and great grandparents.

Mr Murakami writes about genes activating the tear ducts but from Rayid we know precisely which grandmother is related to the tear ducts. Sometimes we experience bouts of tears because this grandmother's genes are active in our being. Mr Murakami speaks about genes switching off and on. Rayid gives us a very accurate map of which genes are active between 0-64 years of age. Hence we have different interests and experiences at different ages.


It is incredible that we are able to access the Rayid knowledge and have it independently verified by a scientist. We can use this understanding to amend the genetic code which is the blueprint for our lives. Rayid helps us to activate the good genes and soften the negative genes. We all have the latent potential to do great things encoded in our genes. When we switch on certain genes we become a gene-ius !

-Prakash


 

This cartoon may be more true than we realize ! My feeling is that God likes life to be a mystery. We are getting very close to understanding some of the mystery. Hence God may change the rules.

 The following is from the book ,“The Divine Code of Life”, by Japanese scientist Kazuo Murakami Phd :

Genes are the blueprint of life and the key element that make it possible to transmit life from one generation to the next.

Once handed from parent to child genes are active every second of our lives and if they stopped working we would die instantly.

Our genes switch on/off at different ages in our life. (Nobel prize 1965-Jacob, Monod, Lwoff)

Certain capacities do not spontaneously materialize from nothing but rather exist latently within our genes.

For example, in and emergency ,when we have to lift a heavy weight it is not will power alone but our genes that enable us to succeed. They command the cells to increase the production of energy.

Genes are influenced by our emotions.

We all have the happiness gene but in some it may be switched off.

Only 5 to 10 % of our genes seem to be working.

To switch on genes in a positive way we have to live each day with a positive, enthusiastic attitude.

This is called being switched on.

When we find our passion the good genes switch on.

We have positive and negative genes within us. We may have a potential negative gene within us but this gene may only be switched on when we have a harmful lifestyle and negative, unhappy thinking.

Environmental factors are a crucial variable in whether harmful genes are switched on. 

The state of being happy or healthy originates in the mind.

When we have a setback we can react with unhappiness or gratitude. Gratitude because we gain more understanding of life and sympathy for others.

Changing one’s mental attitude is probably the best way to deactivate harmful genes and activate positive ones.

Joy, excitement, belief, prayer activate transcripts of valuable genes.

Anxiety, stress, sadness, fear and pain deactivate valuable genes.

For example in controlled test laughter lowered blood glucose levels in people with type 2 diabetes by more than one third. (Diabetes Care 2003 and world wide news, see abstract at end of article)

Just as trauma can activate a gene that causes hair to turn grey overnight a very happy experience can switch on positive genes.

There is a benefit from carrying on a positive dialogue with our genes- we all talk with our self daily.

Brain function depends on the information contained in the brain cells. This genetic info acts as the control panel for our thinking and body.

The basic unit of all life is the cell and it is the genes that determine cell function.

Our cells benefit from our happiness and enjoyment e.g. of a beautiful day.

Feeling inspired (joy and excitement) activates positive genes.

Profound positive emotion can have an instant healing affect.

Tears are triggered by emotions but it is our genes that make the flow happen. They cleanse the heart and clear hatred and resentment.

We cannot do anything unless it is written in our genes. When a new trait develops within us it is because a gene has switched on and /or an old one has switched off.

We are all born with the potential to become living miracles.

There are 3 factors involved in activating genes:

1/ the genes

2 / the environment

3/ the mind.

A genius is someone whose genes, inherited from previous generations, are suddenly activated by something.

The potential of the entire human race is contained in the genes of the individual.

Genes are the cause of many illnesses:

-either a gene has ceased functioning properly or a gene that should not be functioning at all has been activated. Both these causes relate to hereditary or environmental factors. Just because we carry a negative gene that could trigger an illness does not mean that we mat ever switch it on. If we keep positive and have gratitude we may never activate a negative gene.  Genes age very little –hence it is never too late to switch on your genetic potential and bloom.

If we have passionate desire and energy we can achieve our dreams-the only obstacle is “I can’t do it”.

The process begins in the womb by the mother listening to good music, reading good books, seeing art, talking lovingly to the child.

A new environment can activate positive genes.

Prakash Snare 0413088969

Abstract

Background: Positive emotions influence endocrinological and immunological response. This study examined the effect of laughter,as an expression of positive emotion, in terms of gene expression changes. Methods: Using a microarray technique, we analyzed the changes in expression of 18,716 genes from peripheral blood leukocytes in patients with type 2 diabetes, which were induced by laughter. Results: Of the 18,716 genes, 23 genes showed significantly different expression changes after listening to the comic story compared to the lecture. Eight were relatively upregulated and 15 were downregulated 1.5 h after the laughing episode. However, these genes did not include genes that are directly involved in blood glucose metabolism. Among the 23 genes discriminated, all 4 genes encoding proteins involved in the immune response and all 4 signal transduction genes were downregulated. Moreover, it is noteworthy that 5 of the 8 relatively upregulated genes were related to the cell cycle, apoptosis, and cell adhesion. Conclusions: We demonstrated that laughter, which is an expression of positive emotion, is linked to gene expression. However, the finding of this study does not allow reasonable interpretation for the regulation of gene expression by laughter. A more focused study is needed that may identify the candidate genes for the association between physical condition and positive emotion.

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